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Friday, 01 February 2008 16:05

Nvidia PR girl builds own SLI

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Girls just wanna have fun

 

Nvidia has decided to share with the world the unique experience of Nvidia's press relations woman who decided to put together her own SLI rig. She spent many hours building it from the scratch after she got "hooked up on Crysis."

Thanks to Phil and Tony's How-to guide on the SLI Zone and Zalman's instructional flash video, which helped her after almost 2 hours of trying to get the CPU cooler in its place; she said she was so happy that she nearly cried when that blue screen appeared. Eureka! SLI works!

You have to give her credit. Just the thought of letting my girlfriend or any other girl fiddle with the pile of hardware components and try to assemble them without breaking something sent chills up my spine. She has a strong potential to start reading Fudzilla and tracking what is actually going on in graphic industry but this is simply us being optimistic. At one point we will be able to claim a few gamers ladies in our readership squad.

You can check out the blog here.

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Last modified on Saturday, 02 February 2008 04:31
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